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Old 02-15-2014
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Default Мy adolescent Tropheus Duboisi Maswa

Hello from Bulgaria!
My name is Milen Mladenov and with great pleasure I present to you my first Tropheus who patronize soon.
These are the 16 adolescents Tropheus Duboisi Maswa, who live with 13 adolescents Cyprichromis leptosoma Mpulungu, group of several Lamprologus multifasciatus and two male Altolamprologus compressiceps sumbu shell.
The aquarium is 80Gal.
I started it about a month ago, I used filters, sand and water from my previous aquariums.
I have no experience with Tropheus but reading here in the forum and support from experienced aquarists in Bulgaria I think I can handle cultivation.
I am happy that I can share here with you this wonderful hobby. I tried to do a video to see how they look akvarima and its inhabitants at the time.

Excuse me for my bad english, but I do not do well with that language.


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The tank is gorgeous. Wont say the same for the music.lol
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Very nice tank - fish and set up. No bad English at all as far as I can see. Where are you from?

Welcome to Trophs
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Not sure I should say welcome or nice to see ya posting. 2011? That's lots of reading...

Congrats on the newer fish.

That is a beautiful tank, display and very artistic video! LOVED it!!!

Thank you for sharing.
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Something different.Nice vid.Very interesting.Thanks for sharing.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJ3v...re=c4-overview
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awesome tank and cool fish you got there...
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Great tank Milen.
I have a 90 Gal, with some ikolas and bembas.
Probably I'll add some multifasciatus if my LFS doen't get me a pair of eretmodus cyanostictus (kasanga).

I must say that your aquascape is awesome!
Nice work.

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Hello!
After six months of development, the aquarium and the fish look like this:

http://youtu.be/SkYjseHnvas

I think thrive and increasing my enjoyment deliver when watching them. For several months in place of Altolamprologus compressiceps sumbu shell swim a couple Eretmodus cyanostictus.
Significant change in the decoration of the aquarium but abandoned shells on the right side and lasting settlement of mutifastsiatusite the other end.
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Beautiful!! Everyone looks to be thriving nicely
Question; how do you accommodate for the different dietary requirements of your chosen species? What are you feeding?
Thanks for sharing!
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